It’s not rare to see a zombie apocalypse game nowadays. It just feels like a lot of people are starting to actually want the apocalypse to happen. But there aren’t too many games that puts the zombie apocalypse formula to use quite as well as Zombocalypse2. Enter the zombie apocalypse as a guy who is trying to fight off the zombies with nothing else but a machete and military support that can’t really give him much but a few weapons every few seconds or so.
Will you survive or will you give in to the thousands of zombies out for your brains? Found out in Zombocalypse 2!
Zombocalypse 2 is an action shooter that involves a lot of zombies and a whole lot of action. You’ve got one person, a ton of weapons, and one life to take out all the zombies that you can. The visuals of this game is alright, and the music is alo pretty good, but the game really shines in its very simple, yet very addictive gameplay. As mentioned, its simplicity goes something like this: the playing field is a 2D field, meaning you can only walk left and right, no jumping or crouching. The only thing you need to do is walk, slash or shoot the incoming zombies, walk, kill more zombies, repeat until you die. All you need to control your character is the A (or left arrow key) and D (or right arrow key) to move left and right, the space bar to slash with your machete or shoot with any gun you pick up, the S (or down arrow key) to pick up anything that your support drops, and the W key( or up arrow key) to use any support items that you gain from your kill combos. You get support items by getting 25, then 50, then 75 kills, everytime getting a better item. Every time a game ends, you will be given experience and coins depending on how many zombies you’ve killed. Experience gives you more weapons, and coins gives you more items, and you can also use coins to power up your weapons.
Zombocalypse 2 is one of the best side scrolling games I have ever played, and with a lot of different weapons and power ups, it’s going to be hard to put this game down quickly.
Zombies has been all the rage for the past few years, and It’s going to be hard to stop its fame (or infamy) as almost everyone has been taking in a lot of different shows, movies, magazines, and even games that are just filled with zombies and having fun with them. One of the games that jumped wagon is Zombidle, which is filled with zombies and fun! Take your zombie crew and destroy each village you go through and recruit even more zombies to make quick work of everything that the humans built!
Zombidle is an idle clicker game that features zombies as your main crew. As idle clickers go, you start off with just one character to use that does not auto attack, you will need to click to destroy your targets. The game’s goal is to destroy all of the houses to end a village, then move on to the next village and do it all again. Each house destroyed will drop skulls, which is your main currency in the game. The skulls can be used to either level up your clicker character, or buy more zombies to attack automatically. Those zombies can also be leveled up to increase their damage, making destroying the houses even faster! All of the zombies (including you) will also have skills at certain levels that you can buy using skulls, too. Skills range from increase in damage to increase in skull values and a lot of other things that will help you become even stronger. In terms of controls, there isn’t too much to worry about as this is just an idle clicker, and all you will ever need is your mouse and the left click button. Each click will attack a house once, so keep clicking until you destroy everything in your path. Keep hiring and leveling up your zombies so you can take a breather from clicking and just let them rampage through the villages until they need your help again to add more damage. Graphics-wise, this game is as simple as it can get. The characters are small and you can really notice that the main focus for the graphics side of the game is the houses as the houses look really good.
Zombidle is such a great game and a good way to pass the time. A lot of idle clickers just focus on the mechanic of the game and just shoehorn graphics in, which is not the case with Zombidle. It is a refreshing idle clicker with a high difficulty curve. If you’re looking for a fun little idle clicker with good looking graphics and a bit of a hard game, then Zombidle would be a good start.
You are in a world full of zombies, and your only chance to escape will come in after 13 days. Will you be able to survive or will you give in to the zombies’ hunger for your fresh brain? 13 Days in Hell puts you into the shoes of a man trapped in the zombie apocalypse with no choice but to try and survive until rescue arrives. Hopefully, the zombies don’t get to your rescuers first.
13 Days in Hell is a first person shooter that drops you into a zombie apocalypse setting with nothing but your gun and your shooting skills to protect you. Each day will introduce new and more challenging zombies to go through, but each new day is a new chance, right? In some days, you will also get new weapons that will help you out in surviving this horrible ordeal. In terms of visuals, this game is moderately good. The zombies are pretty bland and ugly, but the look and feel of the game is alright. The sound does its job of building the tensioned filled atmosphere with its creepy music. The gameplay is pretty simple as well as the controls. You aim using the mouse cursor and you shoot using the left mouse button. There is a little addition to the shooting mechanic though, making it a bit more complicated but all the more challenging. The cursor will have a little circle in the middle of the reticle with a red dot circling around it. This red dot is where your bullet will land, so timing your shots to the spinning red dot is key to getting those juicy headshots. The goal is to survive 13 days. Any death in the middle of your struggle to survive will send you back to day one, so do your best and make sure that you are always prepared.
There’s been a lot of zombie apocalypse games coming out in the past few years, but not all of them were good enough to become triple A titles. 13 Days in Hell is an OK game that could’ve been better with a bit more polish in graphics and gameplay, but that doesn’t mean that it’s not a great game. 13 Days in Hell is a good game that deserves anyone with a craving for a zombie apocalypse game’s attention.